INTERPROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIPS – GROUNDED IN CARING SCIENCE

Volume 1, Sunday June 25, 2017

   

Gathering: welcome, introductions, dialogue on objectives and expectations

Anne Boykin
0.01 – 49 mins

 

Stories of Living Caring as a Substantive Concept in Interprofessional Practice

 

 

54.0 mins – 151.47 mins

Regina Holliday

 

Anne Boykin

All

Regina Holiday representing Patient & Family perspective with Anne Boykin, A Personal Journey Perspective: An Invitation for Others to Share a Story of Living Caring in Their Practice.
Grounds a beginning knowledge of caring not as an emotion, but as a substantive concept.

Invite all to share a story of living caring in their practice.

Question:

Which caring ingredients are illustrated in the stories of interprofessional practice?

 

 

 

Volume 2, Monday morning, June 26, 2017

 

Checking In

Terry Eggenberger

 

How Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Competencies and Mayeroff’s Philosophical Framework Can Shape Interprofessional Teams

 

 

B. Obeso

T. Eggenberger

 

Entire video

How Interprofessional Collaborative Practice Competencies and Mayeroff’s Philosophical Framework Can Shape Interprofessional Teams.

 

An overview of the implementation of a collaborative practice partnership between FAU and BRRH is highlighted. Followed by a discussion on how each of these core values of interprofessional practice and Mayeroff’s work informs interprofessional practice grounded in caring.

 

Questions:
1. What are the core values of IPP and how is each one of those values an

expression of caring?
2. How do Mayeroff’s caring ingredients inform interprofessional practice
grounded in caring?

 

 

 

VOLUME 3, Monday afternoon, June 26, 2017

  

How do Healthcare Professions Envision/Experience a Caring-based practice?

G. Collins

K. Keller

 

60 – 120 mins

 

How do Healthcare Professions Envision/Experience a Caring-based practice?


Discussion on how interprofessional members of the team experience caring.

 

Questions:

1. How do participants envision/experience caring-based practice?

2. Who do you bring to practice?

3. How can the dance of caring persons help to inform us in thinking about interprofessional practice grounded in caring?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common Themes from Today That Can Represent Interprofessional Practice

Claudia Grobell

 

120.01 – 120.41 mins

Questions:

1. What are Common Themes from Today and Can they Represent Interprofessional Practice?

2. How does what we have learned today, as common themes, inform IPP grounded in caring?

 

 

 

 

VOLUME 4, Tuesday morning, June 27, 2017

   

 

Checking in

Sue Bulfin 1 -7.40 mins

 

How a Shared View on Caring Informs Each Healthcare Member’s Personal and Professional Lens

 

G. Connolly

K. Valentine

 

8 mins – 1 hr 29

Mins

 

Next 60 mins is on Volume 5.

How a Shared View on Caring Informs Each Healthcare Member’s Personal and Professional Lens

Discussion on how Halldorsdottir’s Five Basic Modes of Being be applied to Interprofessional Practice Grounded in Caring.

 

Questions:

1. How does your Professional Lens on Caring inform your Professional Quests?

2. Have you experienced movement within Halldorsdottir’s modes of caring?

3. Have you experienced moving further than you are comfortable toward one end of the continuum? How do you know?

4. How does your Professional Lens on Caring inform your Personal Lens about Caring for Self?

 

 

 

 

VOLUME 5, Tuesday afternoon, June 27, 2016

     

 

 

 

How Do We Move Forward

(60 mins from Tues morning here )

 

M.  de los Ángeles Ordóñez

M. Taylor-Smith

 

60 mins – 120.13 mins

 

 

 

M. Smith

120.13 mins – 3: 45

 

Question:

How Do We Move Forward?

 

Discussion around the healthcare team’s development of shared mental models of caring and how this will influence patient-centered care.

 

Questions:

1. What is the Call and Response for Each Professional Person Experiencing this Dialogue?

2. What is the call for action for each professional experiencing this dialog?

 

 

Sharing by Artist-in-Residence and Response

Regina Holliday

3:46:00 – 4:22:09

Artistic Representation of Caring in Interprofessional Practice

Announcements

 

Anne Boykin

4:22 - end

Topic and Invitation to Attend Summer Academy 2018

 

Interprofessional Competencies and Caring Practices: Teams Enhance the Patient Care Experience